Arenado Cuba


When Colorado signed a minor-league deal with Yonder Alonso on July 10, the 32-year-old had batted .178 in 258 at bats with the Chicago White Sox and the deal appeared to be of minimal consequence for both sides. The Rockies front office and manager Bud Black knew Alonso had more good baseball left in him, especially as the latter…...

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